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In the Gregorian Calendar, May 17 is the 137th
(hundredth – thirtieth seventh) day of the year.

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Quote of the Day…

You don’t always do what you want, but you have the right not to do what you don’t want.

— Mario Benedetti
Uruguayan poet (died May 17, 2009).

Events that Happened “A Day as Today”

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Events that Happened “Such a Day as Today” / Image Credit: Gerd Altmann

May 17 – A Day as Today – Events

  • 822: in Córdoba (Spain), after the death of Al Hakam I, Abderramán II began his reign, during which the people of Cordoba adopted the Baghdad fashion, introduced by the musician of Iraqi origin Ziryab.
  • 1410: Martín I of Aragon revokes his appointment as Lieutenant General of Aragon and Governor General of the Crown that he had granted to his nephew Jaime II of Urgel.
  • 1519: in Venezuela the diocese of Paria is created with episcopal headquarters in the town of Cumaná, being named bishop Pedro Barbirio, friend of the philosopher Erasmus of Rotterdam and relative of Pope Adriano VI.
  • 1520: in Spain, Carlos I signs a certificate by which Diego Colón recognizes the titles of admiral and viceroy of the Indies (current American continent).
  • 1642: in Canada, Paul de Chomedey founds the village of Ville-Marie (now Montreal).
  • 1808: in Vienna (Austria), Napoleon Bonaparte decrees the annexation of the Roman states to the French Empire.
  • 1814: in Norway, Cristián Federico is appointed king, and the country proclaims itself an independent constitutional monarchy, but shortly after it has to accept a personal union with Sweden. National holiday in Norway.
  • 1814: in the Río de la Plata, in front of Montevideo, the Argentine squad under the command of the Irish Admiral Guillermo Brown triumphed over the Spanish fleet in the battle of Montevideo, closing the Naval Campaign of 1814 and thus deciding the surrender of this city. That is why the Argentine Navy Day is commemorated.
  • 1822: the Colegio de Boyacá is founded in Tunja-Boyacá-Colombia by General Francisco de Paula Santander.
  • 1834: in Spain, Carlos María Isidro de Borbón, Carlist pretender to the throne, returns from exile.
  • 1856: in Spain, Queen Elizabeth II creates the Order of Charity, in the form of a civil decoration, to reward individuals who, between 1854 and 1855, cared for patients affected by Asian cholera-morbidity.
  • 1861: the Postal Savings Bank is founded in England, the first entity of its kind in the world.
  • 1863: in Galicia the poetry collection Cantares gallegos is published, written by Rosalía de Castro, a key book of Galician literature.
  • 1865: in Paris the agreement that establishes the International Telegraph Union, antecedent of the current International Telecommunications Union, is signed.
  • 1900: in Mafeking, during the Second Boer War, the siege of the city ends, defended by Colonel Robert Baden-Powell.
  • 1902: in Spain, Alfonso XIII reaches the age of majority, swears the Constitution and begins his reign, which means the end of the regency of his mother; a general pardon is granted.
  • 1903: Russia strengthens its garrisons at Port Arthur and Niuchuang.
  • 1904: Maurice Ravel’s play Les melodies de Shéhérazade premieres in Paris.
  • 1907: in the Russian Empire, the Duma addresses the teaching situation, clearly insufficient due to the lack of schools.
  • 1912: in Bionassay, at 2400 meters, the highest railway in the Alps is built.
  • 1912: in El Salvador, by legislative decree, the shield and the flag are legally adopted as national symbols.
  • 1922: at Brooklands, K. Kee Guiness sets the speed record, with a time of 215.244 km / h.
  • 1925: in all Spain the state of war is lifted by decree.
  • 1925: in Rome, Pope Pius XI canonizes the French Carmelite Teresa of Lisieux.
  • 1926: in Germany, the Social Democrat Wilhelm Marx is elected Chancellor of the Reich (“kingdom”).
  • 1928: the telephone service between Spain and Portugal is inaugurated.
  • 1929: in Barcelona, ​​during the FIFA congress, the project of holding a world championship was studied.
  • 1933: in Norway, Vidkun Quisling and Johan Bernhard Hjort form the Nasjonal Samling (the National Socialist Party).
  • 1933: in Madrid the law of confessions and religious congregations is approved.
  • 1935: in Spain, the Republic appoints General Francisco Franco head of the General Staff. The following year he would lead the coup that started the Spanish Civil War.
  • 1936: Bolivian Colonel David Toro forms a military government that replaces the one headed by Tejada Sorzano.
  • 1936: the Municipal CSD is founded in Guatemala City.
  • 1937: in Spain, the aviation captain Joaquín García Morato obtains the laureate cross of San Fernando.
  • 1937: in Valencia (Spain) ―in the framework of the civil war― Juan Negrín proclaims himself the new head of Government of the Republic.
  • 1940: in Brussels (Belgium) – during the Second World War – the German Nazi troops enter.
  • 1942: German forces carry out a counteroffensive in Kharkov.
  • 1943 – The British RAF bombs the German dams on the Ruhr River.
  • 1943: the film Correo de Indias, directed by Edgar Neville, is released in Barcelona (Spain).
  • 1943: in Chung-king (China) the Chinese troops surrender to the Japanese.
  • 1946: in Romania, the former dictator Ion Antonescu is sentenced to death.
  • 1946: in the United States, Herbert Hoover invites the population of that country to help the 800 million people threatened with hunger in the world due – among several other factors – to the action of American multinational companies.
  • 1946: in Cuba, the peasant leader Niceto Pérez is assassinated; for that anniversary in 1959 the Agrarian Reform Law will be promulgated, in 1961 the ANAP will be founded and in 1989 the Order 17 de Mayo decoration will be created.
  • 1946: Resolution 6 of the United Nations Security Council is adopted.
  • 1948: the Soviet Communist Party accuses Marshal Tito of treason, for having refused to accept arbitration by the Soviet Cominform to settle the differences between Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union.
  • 1952: in the Dominican Republic, Héctor Trujillo is elected president.
  • 1953: in the United States, world boxing champion Rocky Marciano, defeats Joe Walcott by knockout in the first round.
  • 1954: in the United States, the Supreme Court decrees that there are no grounds for racial segregation in schools in the Constitution of that country.
  • 1958: in Spain, the dictator Franco promulgates before the Cortes the Fundamental Law of Principles of the National Movement.
  • 1958: in Greece, Constantino Karamanlis returns to assume power.
  • 1959: in Cuba the revolutionary government signs the Agrarian Reform Law.
  • 1961: the National Association of Small Farmers (ANAP) is created in Cuba.
  • 1961: Argentina celebrates the day of the Argentine Navy
  • 1961: the Gaceta Marinera magazine, official publication of the Argentine Navy, is created in Argentina
  • 1964: in Paris (France) The Crude and Cooked, by the anthropologist Claude Lévi-Strauss, is published.
  • 1965: in Bolivia, the military junta declares a state of siege after the disturbances caused by the exile of Juan Lechín Oquendo, leader of the tin miners.
  • 1970: in the United States, for the first time in the history of the armed forces of that country, two women are promoted to the rank of general.
  • 1972: in the United States, the aeronautical manufacturer Marvin D. Taylor, of the Boeing company, presents the project of an “airlift” served by large planes for the transport of liquefied natural gas.
  • 1973: in New York (United States), the WHO (World Health Organization) excludes homosexuality from the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and other Health Problems.
  • 1973: in the United States Senate, in Washington DC, the Watergate process begins, which will oust Richard Nixon from the presidency.
  • 1978: in Noville (Switzerland) is the coffin of British actor Charlie Chaplin.
  • 1980: in Miami (United States), the acquittal of four white policemen who in 1979 had beaten a black person to death unleashes the most serious racial disorders since 1967.
  • 1980: In Peru, after 12 years of military government and while the elections were being held that would elect the next president of the country, the terrorist group Sendero Luminoso began the armed struggle by carrying out an attack on the polling place of the Ayacucho town of Chuschi.
  • 1982: in Alba de Tormes (Spain), the self-styled “Pope Clement” and eight of his bishops flee from being lynched by Catholic fanatics in a religious ceremony in honor of Saint Teresa of Lisieux.
  • 1983: Israel and Lebanon sign a peace treaty that is condemned by Syria, the PLO, and the Soviet Union.
  • 1984: in Spain a shortfall of 40 billion pesetas is discovered in the pension fund of the employees of the Telefónica company.
  • 1986: in Madrid (Spain), the Libyan ambassador Ahmed Mohamed Nakaa, is accused of directing the terrorist group The Call of Jesus Christ.
  • 1987: in the Persian Gulf an Iraqi plane mistakenly attacks the American frigate Stark.
  • 1990: the General Assembly of the World Health Organization (WHO) removes homosexuality from its list of psychiatric illnesses.
  • 1991: the Chilean Television Network begins its first broadcasts.
  • 1991: the 1991 Miss Universe pageant is held in Las Vegas (United States).
  • 1992: in Vatican City, Pope John Paul II beatifies Josemaría Escrivá de Balaguer, founder of Opus Dei, in record time.
  • 1992: in Montevideo, several members of the terrorist gang ETA who had fled Spain and had become owners of a restaurant are arrested.
  • 1993: the Ministers of Culture of the European Union declare the Camino de Santiago European cultural heritage.
  • 1994: the first democratic elections are held in Malawi.
  • 1997: in Zaire, Laurent Kabila proclaims himself head of state and renames the country the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
  • 1997: Gerry Adams, leader of the Sinn Féin (political arm of the IRA) accepts the offer of the British Prime Minister, Tony Blair, to establish a bilateral dialogue to achieve peace in Northern Ireland.
  • 1998: the leaders of the seven most industrialized powers in the world, the so-called G-7, agree to grant more powers to the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
  • 1998: in the United States Larry Bird, coach of the Indiana Pacers, is chosen as NBA Coach of the Year.
  • 1999: In Israel, the candidate of the left, Ehud Barak, becomes the new prime minister after gaining massive support from voters.
  • 2002: Stop Crying Your Heart Out is released as the second single from the band’s fifth album Oasis.
  • 2003: in Kirkuk (Iraq) 13 people die in an ethnic confrontation between Kurds and Arabs.
  • 2003: 29 German tourists on their way to Spain die in a bus accident in France.
  • 2003: after a control carried out on March 29 – after the short cross world championship – it is revealed that the Spanish athlete Alberto García, European champion of the 5000 m, tests positive for EPO (erythropoietin).
  • 2004: in Spain, journalists’ associations create a Deontological Council.
  • 2005: the Spanish Congress approves, with the only vote against the Popular Party, the resolution promoted by the socialist group PSOE that authorizes the Government to enter into talks with ETA in the event that the gang definitively abandons its arms.
  • 2005: in Bolivia, Parliament enacts the controversial Hydrocarbons Law.
  • 2005: in Los Angeles (California) the democrat Antonio Villaraigosa, son of Mexican immigrants, becomes the first Hispanic mayor of that city.
  • 2006: at the Stade de France in Paris (France), Fútbol Club Barcelona wins its second UEFA Champions League against Arsenal Football Club
  • 2006: a bus from the Chilean company Tur-Bus capsizes at dawn on the bridge that crosses the Tinguiririca river and falls into its bed. It is the largest road accident in the last 15 years, leaving 25 passengers dead and 26 injured.
  • 2007: in Tandil (Argentina) the replica of the Moving Stone is inaugurated.
  • 2007: in New York (United States), the United Nations General Assembly proclaims 2008 the International Year of Languages ​​to promote multilingualism, unity and international understanding.
  • 2009: Official launch of the Minecraft video game.

Who was Born “A Day as Today”?

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Who was Born “A Day as Today”? / Image Credit: Susanne Jutzeler

May 17 – A Day as Today – Births

  • 1500: Federico II Gonzaga, Italian aristocrat (d. 1540).
  • 1628: Ferdinand Carlos of Habsburg-Medici, Austrian aristocrat (d. 1662).
  • 1643: Juan de Sevilla Romero, Spanish painter (d. 1695).
  • 1682: Bartholomew Roberts, British pirate (d. 1722).
  • 1749: Edward Jenner, British physician (d. 1823).
  • 1768: Carolina of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, British queen consort (d. 1821).
  • 1769: Gabriel Císcar, Spanish mathematician, sailor and politician (d. 1829).
  • 1794: Anna Jameson, British writer (d. 1860).
  • 1806: Pascual Madoz, Spanish intellectual, politician and writer (d. 1870).
  • 1812: Ignacy Gurowski, Polish aristocrat (d. 1887).
  • 1821: Sebastian Kneipp, German priest and physician (d. 1897).
  • 1833: Manuel Murguía, Spanish historian and writer (d. 1923).
  • 1836: Wilhelm Steinitz, Czech chess player (d. 1900).
  • 1844: Julius Wellhausen, German Protestant theologian (d. 1918).
  • 1845: Jacinto Verdaguer, Spanish poet in Catalan (d. 1902).
  • 1845: Pedro Lira, Chilean painter (d. 1912).
  • 1864: Melquíades Álvarez, Spanish jurist and politician (d. 1936).
  • 1866: Erik Satié, French musician (d. 1925).
  • 1873: Henrí Barbusse, French novelist (d. 1935).
  • 1873: Dorothy Richardson, British novelist (d. 1957).
  • 1874: Bertha Kalich, German actress (d. 1939).
  • 1875: José Maruenda Sentana, Spanish teacher and politician (d. 1945).
  • 1878: Benigno Ferrer, Spanish educator and politician (d. 1962).
  • 1886: Alfonso XIII, Spanish King (d. 1941).
  • 1889: John A. Mackay, Scottish Protestant missionary and theologian (d. 1983).
  • 1889: Alfonso Reyes, Mexican writer (d. 1959).
  • 1897: Odd Hassel, Norwegian physicist and chemist, 1969 Nobel Prize Winner (d. 1981).
  • 1898: Lama Anagarika Govinda (Ernst Hoffman), German Buddhist writer (d. 1985).
  • 1899: Carmen de Icaza, Spanish journalist and writer (d. 1979).
  • 1900: Ruhollah Khomeini, Iranian political leader (d. 1989).
  • 1902: Khuang Abhaiwongse, Thai politician (d. 1968).
  • 1904: Jean Gabín, French actor (d. 1976).
  • 1910: Enriqueta Harris, British art historian and writer (d. 2006).
  • 1911: Alfredo Mayo, Spanish actor (d. 1985).
  • 1911: Maureen O’Sullivan, Irish actress (d. 1998).
  • 1911: Antonio Tovar, Spanish linguist (d. 1985).
  • 1918: Birgit Nilsson, Swedish soprano (d. 2005).
  • 1918: Trini de Figueroa, Spanish writer (d. 1972).
  • 1919: Antonio Aguilar, singer, producer, actor, and Mexican director (d. 2007).
  • 1920: Aquiles Nazoa, Venezuelan writer, poet, journalist and humorist (d. 1976).
  • 1924: Othón Salazar, Mexican politician (f. 2008).
  • 1925: Michel de Certeau, French historian and philosopher (d. 1986).
  • 1926: Antonio Fernández-Galiano, Spanish politician (d. 1999).
  • 1928: Idi Amin, former Ugandan dictator (d. 2003).
  • 1929: Mélida Anaya Montes, Salvadoran politician and guerrilla (f. 1983).
  • 1929: Piet Wijn, Dutch cartoonist (d. 2010).
  • 1931: Dewey Redman, American jazz musician (d. 2006).
  • 1935: Rafael Canogar, Spanish painter and sculptor.
  • 1936: Dennis Hopper, American actor and filmmaker (d. 2010).
  • 1940: Alan Kay, American computer scientist.
  • 1940: Willy Quiroga, singer-songwriter of vox dei.
  • 1941: José Ufarte, Spanish soccer player and coach.
  • 1942: Ramón Sánchez-Ocaña, Spanish television presenter.
  • 1945: Tony Roche, Australian tennis player.
  • 1949: Bill Bruford, British musician.
  • 1949: Andrew Latimer, British musician.
  • 1950: Janez Drnovšek, Slovenian politician (d. 2008).
  • 1952: Josep-Lluís Carod-Rovira, Spanish politician.
  • 1953: Luca Prodan, Argentine musician of Italian origin, of the Sumo band (d. 1987).
  • 1953: Vidal Francisco Soberón Sanz, Mexican sailor.
  • 1955: Bill Paxton, American actor (d. 2017).
  • 1956: Sugar Ray Leonard, American boxer.
  • 1956: Bob Saget, American actor.
  • 1956: Dave Sim, Canadian comic writer.
  • 1958: Paul Di’Anno, British musician, lead singer of the band Iron Maiden.
  • 1959: Marcelo Loffreda, Argentine rugby player and coach.
  • 1961: Enya, Irish singer.
  • 1961: Luis Majul, Argentine journalist.
  • 1962: Arturo Peniche, Mexican actor.
  • 1962: Aglaja Veteranyi, Swiss actress and writer of Romanian origin (d. 2002).
  • 1965: Trent Reznor, American musician, of the band Nine Inch Nails.
  • 1969: Joan Llaneras, Spanish cyclist.
  • 1970: Jordan Knight, American singer, of the band New Kids on the Block.
  • 1971: Maxima of the Netherlands, Dutch queen consort.
  • 1972: Antoni Vadell Ferrer, auxiliary bishop of Barcelona.
  • 1973: Sasha Alexander, American actress.
  • 1973: Josh Homme, American guitarist.
  • 1974: Andrea Corr, Irish singer.
  • 1974: Eddie Lewis, American footballer.
  • 1974: Tamara Rojo, Spanish dancer.
  • 1974: Damiano Tommasi, Italian footballer.
  • 1976: Mayte Martínez, Spanish athlete.
  • 1977: Pablo Prigioni, Argentine basketball player.
  • 1977: Zatu, Spanish singer.
  • 1977: Iker Galartza, Spanish actor and screenwriter.
  • 1979: Wayne Thomas, British footballer.
  • 1980: Juan Arango, Venezuelan soccer player.
  • 1981: Beñat Albizuri, Spanish cyclist.
  • 1981: Mario Horton, Chilean actor.
  • 1981: Shiri Maimon, Israeli singer.
  • 1981: Giannis Taralidis, Greek footballer.
  • 1982: Borja Oubiña, Spanish footballer.
  • 1982: Tony Parker, Franco-American basketball player.
  • 1983: Channing Frye, American basketball player.
  • 1984: Christian Bolaños, Costa Rican soccer player.
  • 1984: Passenger, British singer and songwriter.
  • 1985: Javi Chica, Spanish soccer player.
  • 1985: Teófilo Gutiérrez, Colombian soccer player.
  • 1986: Jaime Preciado, bassist for the band Pierce the Veil
  • 1987: Edvald Boasson Hagen, Norwegian cyclist.
  • 1988: Mónica Ojeda, Ecuadorian writer.
  • 1988: Nikki Reed, American actress.
  • 1988: Pável Nejáichik, Belarusian footballer.
  • 1990: Darío Benedetto, Argentine soccer player.
  • 1991: Daniel Curtis Lee, American actor and singer.
  • 1994: Elettra Lamborghini, singer and Italian television personality.

Who Left Us “A Day as Today”?

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Who Left Us “A Day as Today”? / Image Credit: Katrina

May 17 – A Day as Today – Deaths

  • 1164: Eloísa, French writer, wife of Pedro Abelardo (b. 1101).
  • 1336: Go-Fushimi, Japanese emperor between 1288 and 1301 (b. 1288).
  • 1510: Sandro Botticelli, Italian painter (b.1445).
  • 1536: George Boleyn (b. 1504) and other members of Henry VIII’s court, beheaded, accused of being lovers of Queen Anne Boleyn.
  • 1592: Pascual Baylón, Spanish religious and Catholic saint (b. 1540).
  • 1626: Joan Pau Pujol, Spanish composer and organist (b. 1570).
  • 1727: Catherine I, Russian Empress (b.1684).
  • 1765: Alexis Claude Clairaut, French mathematician and astronomer (b. 1713).
  • 1819: La Perricholi (Micaela Villegas), Peruvian actress (b. 1748).
  • 1822: Richelieu (Armand Emmanuel du Plessis), Franco-Russian politician and aristocrat (b. 1766).
  • 1829: John Jay, American politician and jurist (b. 1745).
  • 1838: Charles Maurice de Talleyrand, French politician, priest and diplomat (b. 1754).
  • 1868: Kondō Isami, Japanese military man (b. 1834).
  • 1875: John C. Breckinridge, American politician and military man (b. 1821).
  • 1881: Surendra Bikram Shah, Nepalese King (b. 1829).
  • 1886 – John Deere, American inventor (b.1804).
  • 1888: Giacomo Zanella, Italian poet (b.1820).
  • 1891: Jerónimo Usera, a Spanish religious born in Cuba, founder of the Sisters of the Love of God (b. 1910).
  • 1935: Paul Dukás, French composer (b.1865).
  • 1950: Eduardo Fabini, Uruguayan composer of classical music (b. 1882).
  • 1972: José Asunción Flores: Paraguayan composer, creator of the guarania (b.1904).
  • 1975: Félix Hernández Giménez, Spanish architect (b. 1889).
  • 1981: William Keith Chambers Guthrie, British classical philologist (b.1906).
  • 1987: Gunnar Myrdal, Swedish economist (b.1898).
  • 1989: Justino de Azcárate, Spanish politician (b. 1903).
  • 1994: José Prat, Spanish lawyer and politician (b. 1905).
  • 1996: Johnny Guitar Watson, American musician (b. 1935).
  • 2001: Frank G. Slaughter, American writer (b.1908).
  • 2002: Ladislao Kubala, Spanish-Hungarian soccer player (b.1927).
  • 2004: Tony Randall, American actor (b.1920).
  • 2005: Frank Gorshin, American actor (b.1933).
  • 2007: C. Cameron Macauley, American photographer (b. 1923).
  • 2008: Imanol Murúa, Spanish politician (b.1935).
  • 2008: Zélia Gattai, Brazilian writer, widow of Jorge Amado (b.1916).
  • 2009: Mario Benedetti, Uruguayan writer (b.1920).
  • 2010: Khattiya Sawasdiphol, Thai military (b.1951).
  • 2010: Walasse Ting, American painter and poet of Chinese origin (b. 1929).
  • 2011: Harmon Killebrew, American baseball player (b.1936).
  • 2011: Domènec Font, French filmmaker and essayist (b.1950).
  • 2012: Donna Summer, American singer-songwriter (b. 1948).
  • 2013: Jorge Rafael Videla, Argentine military and dictator (b.1925).
  • 2013: Joan Montanyès i Martínez, Spanish actor and clown (b.1965).
  • 2018: Richard Pipes, American historian and writer (b.1923).
  • 2019: Herman Wouk (en), writer and American military man (b.1915).
  • 2020: Shad Gaspard, former WWE professional wrestler (b.1981).
  • 2021: Buddy Roemer, American politician (b.1943).
  • 2021: Héctor Silva, Argentine rugby player (b.1944).

What is Celebrated “A Day as Today”?

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What is Celebrated “A Day as Today”? / Image Credit: Sakkanan Norkaew

May 17 – A Day as Today – Celebration

  • Argentina: Day of the Navy.
  • Cuba: Agrarian Reform and Peasant Day.
  • El Salvador: Accountant Day.
  • Spain (Galicia): Galician Literature Day.
  • Mexico: Technical Student Day
  • Mexico: Museum Day
  • Nicaragua: Accountant Day.
  • Norway: Norwegian Constitution Day.
  • Internet Day.
  • World Telecommunications and Information Society Day.
  • World Hypertension Day.

Catholic Santoral “A Day as Today”

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Catholic Santoral “A Day as Today” / Image Credit: Peter H

May 17 – A Day as Today – Catholic Santoral

  • St. Adrion of Alexandria
  • Saint Emiliano de Vercelli
  • Saint Pascual Bailón
  • Saint Peter Liu Wenyuan
  • Holy Restituta
  • Saint Victor of Alexandria
  • Blessed Antonia Messina
  • Blessed Julia Salzano

What Sign of the Zodiac Rules those Born “A Day as Today”?

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Prediction your zodiac sign with Dorian / Image Credit: p2722754

May 17 – A Day as Today – Zodiac Sign

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